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How can I use Get-CASMailbox to return specific information about Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes

Posted on 2014-10-15
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Hi All,

I am looking to gather/extract specific information about Exchange Mailboxes.

The specific information I'm looking to extract is as follows

1) Mailbox Server
2) Mailbox Name\Address
3) Is Mailbox Enterprise Features? (Yes/No)
4) Is OWA Enabled? (Yes/No)
5) Mobile Devices associated(ActiveSync)
6) Last Time Mailbox was accessed
7) Is Mailbox enabled or disabled

I am wondering is it possible to gather this information using GET CASMailbox?

If so would anyone know if it is possible to return all the above info in 1 command on PowerShell?

Any help anyone could provide would be greatly appreciated

Thanks
TJ
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Senthil Kumar earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Run Get-MailboxStatistics | fl

Which will give the following details

AssociatedItemCount     :
DeletedItemCount        :
DisconnectDate          :
DisplayName             :
ItemCount               :
LastLoggedOnUserAccount :
LastLogoffTime          :
LastLogonTime           :
LegacyDN                :
MailboxGuid             :
ObjectClass             :
StorageLimitStatus      :
TotalDeletedItemSize    :
TotalItemSize           :
Database                :
ServerName              :
StorageGroupName        :
DatabaseName            :
Identity                :
IsValid                 :
OriginatingServer
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by:tjoconnor
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Hi

Thanks for the reply.

Is it possible to filter out specific data?

Its just that I'm not sure of the correct syntax to use.

Id like to return all mailboxes from all databases on an exchange server and export it to a CSV file but I want to filter in specific data like status (enabled or disabled), last accessed time, Enterprise features, OWA features

is the command below on the correct track?

 Get-MailboxDatabase | Get-MailboxStatistics -Filter {} |
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